One of the only remaining medieval castles in Flanders, this historic fortress provides a fascinating insight into the weaponry, culture, and drama of Ghent’s past.
One of the iconic Three Towers of Ghent, this historic cathedral is known for its outstanding collection of art.
See one of the city’s most unusual landmarks, a striking building constructed over the course of almost four centuries.
Visit one of Ghent’s most famous attractions, an imposing tower that defines the city’s skyline and symbolizes its independence.
A beautiful example of Scheldt Gothic architecture, this striking blue-gray church is among the oldest landmarks in the city.
This popular public park is among the most important green spaces in the city, home to pleasant paths and several unique museums.
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4.5/5Wonderful!(2 area reviews)
Patershol is noteworthy for its restaurants, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Gravensteen Castle and Kraanlei.
4.5/5Wonderful!(70 area reviews)
Historical sites, cafes and museums are some highlights of Ghent City Centre. Make a stop by Saint Bavo Cathedral or Gravensteen Castle while you're exploring.
While Rabot isn't home to many top sights, Gravensteen Castle and Saint Bavo Cathedral are some notable places to visit nearby.
4.5/5Wonderful!(4 area reviews)
Historical sites and restaurants are notable features of St. Macharius. You might consider stopping by St. Bavo's Abbey while you're exploring the neighbourhood.
5/5Exceptional!(2 area reviews)
Kunstenkwartier is noteworthy for its bars, and you can make a stop at top attractions like St. Peter's Square and World of Kina.
4.5/5Wonderful!(16 area reviews)
Unique features of Stationsbuurt Noord include the historical sites and restaurants. Make a stop by Museum of Fine Arts or Citadel Park while you're exploring the area.